Considering it is a faithful reissue (BUT with a 5-piece neck
) and a guitar PG would actually play nowadays, I go with one of the hardtail PGMs (releasing a PGM with a trem today would be like releasing a JEM with a hardtail
So, all the PGMs I'm aware of (not counting in the acoustic, budget and anniversary ones):
PGM100 --> tremolo, so Fail.
PGM200 --> hardtail, no reverse headstock, vibrant colors, so maybe an option?
PGM300 --> tremolo, no vibrant colors, reverse headstock, Fail.
PGM301 --> Just got rid of that one, no vibrant colors, reverse headstock, Fail.
PGM400 --> Vintage tremolo and vibrant colors? (candy apple with off-white Fs) Looks kinda flat to me, so Fail.
PGM500 --> Hardtail with same colors as the PGM400 and with an reverse headstock, Fail.
PGM600 --> The Iceman shaped PGM. It does fit the description..
PGM700 --> The 'Violin' shaped PGM. What was he thinking in the first place? Epic fail.
PGM800 --> Natural with red Fs, so not really vibrant, and with an reverse headstock. Fail.
PGM900 --> The Talman shaped PGM. Iconic enough to be a PGM20TH? Prolly Fail.
So I guess it is the PGM200, but it could still be a hardtailed PGM100 or anything else with paintes F-holes. Actually I'm clueless.